Ayurvedic Ethnobotany course covers Ethnobotany of Pre-Vedic India, Vedic era, and in British Raj.
It discusses how different herbs and plants were used ethnobotanically in these different time spans successfully.
Ayurvedic Ethnobotany class includes references to rare textbooks, major and minor primary textbooks, the flow of ethnic cultures contributing to what is called Ayurveda, and features. It covers Ethnobotany from following eras:
- Pre-vedic India
- Vedic India
- Medieval period and Moghul Empire
- British India
Dates: Class is one weekend long, starting on Saturday April 27th 2019, through Sunday April 28th 2019, 11:00 am- 6:00 pm MT. Live Webinar, or In-person, in Superior, Colorado.
- Sat, April 27, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm MT
- Sun, April 28, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm MT
Instructor: Dr. Bharat Vaidya
Class Format: All local students must be present for this course, all distance students may attend live online; class will be held in Superior, Colorado near Boulder
Credits: 1 Credit (5 Sessions per Semester / Each Session is 3 hours)